In just five short years, the Museum has already collaborated with an exciting range of corporate partners and individuals to bring engaging featured exhibitions to local, national and international audiences and inspire human rights dialogue and action.
Sponsoring an exhibit offers companies a multi-platform marketing opportunity to reach a diverse audience of visitors from at home and around the globe, receiving recognition in one of the newest and most talked-about museums in Canada and the world. The following exhibitions are showing at the Museum.
Time to Act: Rohingya Voices
The Rohingya people of Myanmar are in the midst of a massive displacement of families and communities to refugee camps in Bangladesh. After decades of violent persecution, they suffered the genocide of their people by Myanmar military forces, followed by an ongoing humanitarian crisis.
Time to Act: Rohingya Voices compassionately portrays the plight of the Rohingya people. It also captures their call to the world to recognize Myanmar’s effort to dehumanize and eradicate them. People and communities worldwide are compelled to consider what action to take.
The Friends work with the Museum to determine which projects would most benefit from donor support. Our Regional Campaign Managers can provide more information about other key areas that need your support, including:
- Free Friday evenings
- Education programs for students across Canada
- New exhibitions
- Important public programming
- and much more.